LibriVox recording of LibriVox 9th Anniversary Collection.
Read in English by Maria Kasper; Ruth Golding; David Lawrence; Woolly Bee; ToddHW; Carolin Ksr; Bev J Stevens; BookAngel7; TriciaG; Shakira Searle; Anusha Iyer; Glenn O'Brien; Mary in Arkansas; Availle; Michele Fry; Claudia Salto; Garth Burton; Rapunzelina; inflected; SteveToner; JemmaBlythe; Beth Thomas; Martin Geeson; Sue Anderson; Laurie Anne Walden; Herman Roskams; MaryAnn; J Korth.
Read in Ancient Greek by A LibriVox Volunteer.
Read in Dutch by Anna Simon.
Read in German by Hokuspokus; Julia Niedermaier; Availle.
Read in Japanese by ekzemplaro.
Read in Latin by Merione.
Read in Polish by Piotr Nater.
Read in Portuguese by Leni.
Read in Romanian by Debbie Frim.
Read in Russian by Anastasiia Solokha.
Read in Ukrainian by Anastasiia Solokha.
Sung by Eden Rea-Hedrick; Ruth Golding; Anusha Iyer; Availle; BookAngel7; Claudia Salto; Bev J Stevens; Shakira Searle; Julia Niedermaier; Mark F. Smith; Laurie Anne Walden; Jothi Tharavant; Herman Roskams; MaryAnn; Ray Kasper; J Korth; Maria Kasper; Woolly Bee; Anna Simon.
This year is the 9th anniversary of our illustrious community, and in keeping with the last few years, readers have found and recorded items with a connection with the number nine... neuf... neun... nueve...nove... девять...εννέα... There are short stories, poems, non-fiction articles, songs.
The items are mostly in English, but this year we have one or more contributions in ten other languages: Ancient Greek, Dutch, German, Japanese, Latin, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Ukrainian. (Summary by RuthieG)
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September 1, 2014 Subject:
Nice Collection of a "Nine" Theme
An interesting concept for a 9th anniversary. Volunteers do a nice job with readings. Variety of subject matter is impressive. Some subjects more interesting than others. Several warrant further research and reading. Good job, LibriVoxers!